Press Release
Library’s Museum Pass Program Your Ticket to the Arts, Culture & Entertainment

(MIAMI, March 6, 2014) – Miami‑Dade Public Library cardholders now have greater access to the arts with the addition of the new Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) to its Museum Pass Program.

The Museum Pass Program offers patrons, with a valid library card, free admission to Deering Estate at Cutler, Fruit & Spice Park, HistoryMiami, Miami Children’s Museum, Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, and PAMM (formerly offered as Miami Art Museum).

How the pass works:
To check out a Museum Pass, cardholders may visit any branch or mobile library stop and select the attraction of choice. Passes are good for a family of four. (For Deering Estate, a family of four is two adults and two children ages 4‑14, and for Fruit & Spice Park, a family of four is two adults and two children ages 6‑11.)

  • Passes are good for one visit.
  • Passes are not renewable or available for reserve.
  • Passes are valid for seven days from the time of check out.
  • Passes are available on a first‑come, first‑served basis.
  • Passes will not be replaced if lost or stolen.
  • Only one pass may be checked out at a time.

Each attraction may apply restrictions, blackout dates or separate admission for special events and exhibitions.

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Media Contact:
Vinora Hamilton

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
A recipient of the 2008 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, The Miami‑Dade Public Library System strives to be a compelling community destination by providing a five‑star customer service experience. With 49 branches and two bookmobiles, the library aims to reach every resident of Miami‑Dade County who has a desire for informational, educational and recreational materials. The library provides access to more than 3.9 million books, movies, audiobooks, and more; 1647 public computers; 120 self‑checkout machines, and Wi‑Fi at every location. The library proudly serves more than seven million visitors that come through its doors annually, and another 4.4 million that access collections and services through its website